A browser extension that reminds you who people are in the articles you’re reading
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README.md

First Mention

First Mention is a browser extension and bookmarklet that quickly shows you the sentence in which a name first appeared in the article you’re reading.

Screenshot

See the website for more info and installation instructions.

Development

To build from source:

  1. git clone --recursive https://github.com/dstillman/first-mention
  2. cd first-mention
  3. npm install
  4. ./build -p b -d

This will produce debug builds for Chrome and Firefox in dist/. Run ./build for other options.

If you have grunt installed, you can run grunt watch to automatically rebuild the extension (and, on macOS, reload it in Chrome) when you change a file.

Tests

npm test

You can pass options to mocha after -- (e.g., npm test -- -b to bail on error).

Acknowledgements

License

First Mention is released under the GPLv3. Pull requests welcome!